I won't spell out what's behind this. It may be obvious. But I do enjoy walking in the countryside and birds do enjoy sitting on high things. I guess it is natural to want to be up higher than everything else, and it gives you an advantage over predators and the competition. And as human beings we make decisions emotionally, and then justify them logically.
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